by Richard Arland, W3OSS.
Welcome to the world of QRP! Now you can explore the excitement of low-power radio operating with this third edition of ARRL’s Low Power Communication:
Equipment and Station Accessories - commercial gear, kit-building and home-brew Antennas – wire beams, loops, dipoles, portable antennas and more Operating Strategies – operating techniques, awards, and contesting NEW! Emergency Communication – training, planning and other factors
NEW! Surplus Military Equipment - restoring and using this classic radio hardware.
PlusQRP calling frequencies, manufacturers…and much more!
Includes the complete assembly manual for the MFJ Cub Transceiver Kit.* You'll enjoy countless hours operating this tiny high performance radio. Build the kit in just a few hours, and you'll be working the world with low-power fun!
*kit sold separately
Rich Arland became a licensed Amateur Radio operator in 1963. He also holds an FCC General Radiotelephone Operator’s License. Rich has authored many articles for ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, and its monthly journal, QST. He is an avid low-power radio operator and emergency communication volunteer. His newest volume of QRP information is the culmination of many months of research, interviews, antenna experimentation and building projects.
Third edition, © 2007, published by American Radio Relay League, Inc.